HMS Scourge (1794)

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HMS Scourge was a 4-gun gun-vessel, formerly a Dutch hoy, purchased in April 1794. (Hoys were sloop-rigged). When built she was 66 ft long (20 m), 15 ft wide (4.6 m) and of 67 tons burthen (bm). She had a 30-man crew and carried one 24-pounder gun and three 32-pounder carronades.

This was the third Royal Naval vessel to carry the name Scourge. She was renamed HMS Crash in 1798.

Crash was broken up in 1803.